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Bird Shock Flex Track Installation Guide

Tools required

Bird Shock Flex Track System requirements:

Tools required for installation:

Flex Track Location Planning

Select a suitable location for the Energiser. Solar Powered Energisers ideally need to face south, so that they receive at least two hours of sunlight each day. Mains Powered Energisers need to be installed out of the weather.

Itís not necessary to install the charger unit close to the track. You can run lead-out wire from the unit to the track up to a total lead wire and track distance of 150 metres.

Energisers can be connected at any point along the track, they do not have to be connected to an end of the track.

Before installation plan the entire Bird Shock Flex Track layout. Cuts to the flex track, corners and straight connections should be made before adhering the system down.

Do not connect the Energiser to the system until you have completed all connections.

Connections

Straight Quick Connectors:

Corner Quick Connectors

Jump Points Using Quick Connectors

Power Supply Connections

Once you have determined your full Bird Shock Flex Track layout and have created all connections and jumps you should test the system for breakages using a digital voltage tester.

Surface Preparation & Adhering

Surface preparation is the key to a successful installation. Do not install Flex Track onto contaminated or unprepared surfaces.

Use Surface Cleaner (BS332) to prepare greasy surfaces prior to priming.

Use Surface Activator (BS365) to prepare polished surfaces such as metal or plastic prior to priming.

Always prime the surface to be adhered to with Silicone Spike Adhesive (BS328) and our Disposable Priming Brush (BS335), regardless of the composition of the surface. This ensures a long-life bond.

Use masking tape if necessary to avoid priming an area outside of where the spike base will cover. This will ensure a neat and professional finish.

Do not lay flex track on unsound surfaces i.e. flaking paint, rusty metal or rotten timber. Take time to repair these surfaces prior to installation.

Do not install Flex Track if heavy rainfall is predicted within 24 hours of installation. The silicone spike adhesive will take 24 hours to cure.

Ensure you place warning labels around the Bird Shock Flex Track system to advise others of the electrical nature of the system.

Once the system has been completely installed you can then connect it to the Energiser.

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